Mr François Grey
In this talk, I will argue that the rapid growth in the last decade of direct public participation in science via the Web – what I call citizen cyberscience – has important implications for the open science agenda. Leading researchers now routinely use citizen cyberscience to tackle large-scale scientific computing and data analysis challenges, in areas as diverse as climate science,...
28. Technical, Cultural, and Legal Infrastructure to Support Effective Open Scientific Communication
Mr Cameron Neylon
The technical challenges in sharing data and other artifacts of scientific research beyond the traditional paper remain formidable. We have clues as to how to proceed and big positive steps are being taken. These will require significant investment in trustworthy, workable, and flexible infrastructure. However beyond the technical issues there is also a great need for cultural infrastructure...
Mr Victor Henning (Mendeley)
Mr David Flanders